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The Save our Route Verte petition, with 48,000 signatures, calling on the Quebec government to save the Route Verte maintenance program was presented to 13 MNAs in as many regions on Monday.
Actualité - 26 octobre 2015 - Tag : Advocacy, Land use, Pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly design
Team test drives neighbourhood bikeways in Plateau-Manoir-des-Trembles (Gatineau) * Volunteers from Vélo Services joined residents of Plateau-Manoir-des-Trembles and councillor Maxime Tremblay for a test drive of bike routes to pinpoint problems.
1- Define your project More bike racks at your children's school? A corporate membership in Communauto at work?  Identify the benefits of your project – for the organization and its employees, for health and the environment. 2- Find Allies Find colleagues and other people involved with the organization who support your idea. Find out if there is...
Speak up for better transportation planning in your area!
Show your commitment to sustainable transportation. Encourage others to embrace the cause! Do you have an idea that would promote clean transportation? Something that would make it easier for your colleagues to bike to work, or for your neighbours to access public transit? You can make a difference, just like these people did. 
For the first time, our I get neighbourhood! campaign, which promotes public transit, active transportation and local shopping to citizens, businesses and elected officials for healthy, economically vibrant communities, has been applied to an entire city: Joliette, Quebec, where the newly redesigned downtown features less space for cars and more for...
Say yes to public transit, active transportation and local shopping with the I get around… My neighbourhood! campaign.
The I get neighbourhood! campaign revitalizes our communities with active transportation, public transit and local shopping. This program encourages us all – citizens, merchants, builders and officials – to rethink the way we inhabit our communities. When we are more active locally, we not only improve quality of life, but also protect the environment...